Moooi RAIMOND tensegrity floor lamp
The Raimond lights: perfect spheres of mathematical ingredients punctuated by tiny LED lights. The transparent lenses are specially detailed to spread warm white light in every direction. Looking at the light feels like staring into the soft glow of a starry night. Into the essence. The ethereal grace of the mathematical Raimond Lights made from elegant metal, complemented with the sturdy earthiness of wood. Tensegrity is a term that was first described by Buckminster Fuller as an architectural term. The name Tensegrity refers to the interconnected wooden structure which uses tension and pressure in order to retain its shape and makes it able to carry the metal sphere. The beauty of the Raimond Tensegrity lies not only in the contrast of the used materials, but also in the trigonometric harmony of both structures.
Designed by Raimond Puts / realisation by OX-ID 2008